New Hampshire offers the best of city and country living in an area known for its four-season recreational resources and breathtaking scenic beauty. Enjoy tax-free living in the country’s “Most Livable State” as repeatedly voted by Morgan Quitno Press. New Hampshire has the 3rd lowest crime rate in the country and our schools are ranked 6th in the country. New Hampshire offers some of the most affordable home
sale prices in the country.
For the Family
New Hampshire has over 60 state parks, beaches and historical
sites. Enjoy hiking, boating, fishing, hunting, skiing and more.
New Hampshire has a variety of theme parks and recreational centers throughout the state. Enjoy the outdoors walking, biking or hiking through New Hampshire’s vast trail system where mountain air and scenic beauty abound. If you are a car buff, enjoy a NASCAR race at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. For inexpensive family fun Manchester has a minor league baseball team as well as hockey.
Take your family and learn all about maple sugaring in one of the many sugaring houses throughout the state. If it is indoor activities
that interest you, visit the Christa McCauliff Planetarium or one of
New Hampshire’s many museums or theaters will provide hours of entertainment for you and your family. As a state with no sales tax, enjoy shopping in one of the many malls throughout the state or enjoy
the fantastic bargains at our outlet centers with brand names like
Ralph Lauren, Gymboree and LL Bean.
As the largest city in the state, home to over 109,000 residents, Manchester is a cultural hub hosting a variety of ethnic and cultural events throughout the year. You will enjoy fine arts at Manchester’s Currier Gallery of Art, a fabulous show or symphony at the Palace Theatre or a venue of top performing artists at the Verizon Wireless Arena. The city also offers a wide variety of restaurants and nightlife. Manchester’s Regional Airport allows easy travel in and out of the City. Manchester is centrally located on all major routes that allow easy access to the seacoast, for a day at the beach; the White Mountains, for a day of skiing; the Lakes Region for a day of boating and fishing as well as